the new yorker: NOMA East village walkup
Having wrapped up in Tokyo, the chef René Redzepi prepares a twelve-course meal using ingredients foraged from Stacey’s New York City studio apartment.
points in Case: List: I'm a Game of Thrones Character: Ask Me Anything
What if Reddit launched in Westeros? Would Cersei and the Night King be as absorbed by the Ask Me Anything forum as the rest of us? Stacey shows us what the AMA subreddit might look like if it was opened it up to everyone’s favorite rulers, wargs and Wildlings.
Money Magazine: 3 College Essay Taboos—and When to Break Them
What is absolutely off-limits in a college admissions essay? Where is the line between endearing sincerity and TMI? Stacey shows students how to forget the rules and let their guts guide the way to college essay success.
USA TODAY COLLEGE: Your 5-STEP GUide TO SURVIVING THE WAITLIST APOCALYPSE
Landing on a dream school’s wait-list can initially make teenagers feel like the world is ending, but students do have the power to fight back against the terrors of the wait-list apocalypse using these savvy strategies.
Ordering 300 sandwiches blog
A cheeky response to the incendiary 300 Sandwiches blog of NY Post/internet fame. Covered by The Huffington Post, Ordering 300 Sandwiches documents Stacey's mission, not to secure an engagement ring by fulfilling a man's archaic request to make 300 sandwiches, but rather to "win a man's heart while expending as little effort as possible."
THE HAIRPIN: M.A.S.H. for NYC ADULTS
This colorful re-invention of the popular 90's game M.A.S.H. updates everyone's favorite pre-teen fortune-telling exercise for the modern New York City woman. Will your husband be a marketeer or a puppeteer? Who will be your one-time celebrity fuck-pass? Where will your shrink practice? Only the magical powers of gel pens on notebook paper will reveal your future.
TOR.COM: HOW TO MAKE A MACHINE GUN LEG
After obsessing for half a decade over how to dress up as the Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino Grindhouse femme hero, Cherry Darling, the world's most obsessive Halloween costumer finally figured out a way to disappear a leg from knee to toe. This detailed how-to piece is still shared regularly all over the Interweb and has been featured on Buzzfeed, Tor.com and Geeks are Sexy.